Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation

Problemi aperti: 9 Problemi chiusi: 1.782 Problemi presi in atto: 275
Guardando problemi creati dopo: 2010-01-27

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  • 47 Hereford St Boston - Back Bay
    Graffiti on pole behind property in alley
  • 338 Newbury St Boston - Back Bay
    Please check again today
  • 46 Hereford St Boston 02115 United States - Back Bay
    This property always has garbage out illegally and never have in proper containers. Have seen rats at this property before.
  • Pothole Archived
    Intersection Of Public Alley 431 & Public Alley 432 - Back Bay
    Fill pothole
  • Soldiers Field Rd Boston, MA 02134, USA - Allston-Brighton
    rotted steel sreet lamp post . rotted on all 4 sides can fall any moment
  • Street Lights Archived
    Intersection Of Public Alley 431 & Public Alley 432 Boston - Back Bay
    Street light is bent and looks like it is about to fall
  • 255 Newbury St Boston 02116, United States - Back Bay
    Graffiti behind property in alley
  • Damaged Sign Archived
    Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA, 02215, USA - Fenway-Kenmore
    All of the pavement markings on Comm Ave eastbound from Blandford St to Kenmore Square was removed during construction last summer. Please repaint this section - especially the bike lanes, and swap the buffer that was previously painted from the curbside of the bike lane to the traffic side, and add flexposts to this segment.
  • 51 Massachusetts Ave Boston - Back Bay
    Graffiti behind property in alley
  • 301 Newbury St Boston - Back Bay
    Graffiti on dumpster behind property in alley
  • Traffic Signal Acknowledged
    Boston University Brg Boston, MA, 02215, USA - Fenway-Kenmore

    The signage here for cyclists is a little ambiguous. The sign directs cyclists to use the car lane instead of the bike path. Not sure why, as the bike path seems perfectly usable. If it's not, it should be coned off or something. Is it because there hasn't been a signal added near where the bike lane on Essex crosses with Dummer Street?

    If I disobey the sign and choose to ride in the bike lane, then there's nothing telling me to stop, or traffic on Dummer St., to look out for me. If I obey the sign and merge with the cars on Essex, however, I get honked at and nearly hit every time. Please make the bike lane safe and usable by adding a stop sign at the intersection with Dummer St. I know to stop, of course, but let's give cyclists the same redundant safety design that we do for cars, especially if we want them to obey the same rules as cars. Cyclists shouldn't have to "assume" they should stop or "assume" cars don't see them. They should be able to simply follow the signs like other road users. Thank you.

    (This is an old Google Maps photo before the construction, but it shows the location).

  • 338 Newbury St Boston - Back Bay
    Please check again tomorrow, if the trash is still there, then write them a second ticket